Description, Speed, To oil the machine – SINGER 142W25 User Manual
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The placing or renewal of the name “Singer” (Reg. U. S.
Pat. Off.) or any of the trade marks of The Singer Manu
facturing Company on any machine that has been repaired,
THE IMPORTANCE OF USING
GENUINE SINGER PARTS AND NEEDLES
IN SINGER MACHINES
The successful operation of Singer machines can only be
assured if genuine Singer parts and needles are used. Sup
plies are available at all Singer Shops for the Manufacturing
Trade and mail orders will receive prompt attention.
Genuine Singer Needles should be used
in Singer Machines.
These Needles and their Containers
are marked with the
Company’s Trade Mark “SIMANCO.” 1
Needles in Containers marked
“For Singer Machines’’
are not Singer made needles.
MACHINE 142w25 has one needle and a rotary sewing hook and
makes the lock stitch.
It Is designed for mending and darning stockings, socks, knit
underwear, linen, curtains, etc., and Is used In laundries,
hotels, hospitals and other public or private Institutions where
darning equipment Is required.
It has a cylinder bed which enables It to conveniently darn
tubular shaped articles, the diameter of the cylinder being small
enough to accommodate a baby's sock.
When desired, the machine can be Instantly converted Into a
flat bed machine by attaching the flat work plate which will be
furnished, on order, at additional charge.
The operator can freely move the work In any direction while
darning as there Is no feeding mechanism and the presser foot
rises automatically after each stitch.
The machine can be equipped with Cylinder End Cover and
Thread Cutter complete 241230, which Is desirable when darning
socks, etc., since It permits the bobbin thread to be cut close
to the darn without removing the sock from the cylinder, thus
saving time and thread.
The maximum speed recommended for Machine 142w25 Is 2800
stitches per minute. When the machine Is in operation, the bal
ance wheel should always turn over toward the operator.
To Oil the Machine
When the machine Is received from the factory. It should be
thoroughly cleaned and oiled.
Oil should be applied to the oil holes shown by arrows In
Figs. 2 and 3 and all other places where there are parts In mov
able contact. When the machine Is In continuous use. It should
be oiled at least twice each day.